Trinity Methodist Church

Robert Roeschlaub
1888



Gothic revival architecture

This large elegant church was built at the end of the nineteenth century for what was then a very wealthy parish. Today it is at a very busy intersection across the street from the Brown Palace Hotel.
 

See St. Paul's Cathedral in Buffalo, New York by Richard Upjohn for an early example of this popular ecclesiastical style.
 

The triple entrance portal and the tall steeple/bell tower

The reddish stone is rhyolite.


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